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, delia goncalves just got to the scene. they'd setting up gathering information. as soon as she's ready, we'll bring her to you live. >>> an oxon hill family has lost one toddler while another child is in the hospital this morning. prince george's county police say a father got out of his car holding his 2-year-old when the car started rolling backwards. the father dropped the 2 year- old as he ran back to try and stop the car. but before the car stopped, his 3-year-old fell out and was run over. the child died a short while later. the 2-year-old, though, is expected to recover. >>> will they rebuild? it looks like there's nothing left of a warehouse after a big fire. the commercial food facility belongs to blue ridge catering. the flames were so intense that firefighters could only attack the fire from the outside of the building. the property was diswroid but no -- destroyed but no one was injured. >>> once a rising democratic star, jesse jackson, jr. now waits to learn his punishment. the former chicago area congressman pleaded guilty to federal charges yesterday. jackson and his wif
's county death this year in school. delia goncalves is live with more on the latest investigation. this is just exhausting, delia. >> reporter: it is. it's upsetting for a lot of community members and for us. as members of the media, we cover these often and it is heartbreaking to be here yet again, another morning outside of the same school talking yet about another student struck down by violence. school leaders released a statement saying they're simply horrified that violence has struck yet another student in a 24-hour time span. they go on to say that we cannot go another day without addressing these unspeakable acts of violence against our students. the latest act of violence happened around 5:30 tuesday evening in the 3700 block of donnell drive in forestville. two 18-year-olds shot. an 18-year-old suitland high school freshman pronounced dead at the hospital. his 18-year-old friend hospitalized. now though police say there is no connection, this comes unfortunately just one day after another high school freshman charles walker was killed simply for a pair of shoes. >> some
into the trash. wusa9 reporter delia goncalves has more from our satellite center. hard to imagine story delia. >> reporter: tough story to share with you this morning. police though pretty confident that they will find this girl's guide but there's no telling -- body but there's no telling how long the search will take because they have several tons of trash to sift through. let's take a look at video. it is heart-breaking when you see this sweet little face. kassidey booth. she was just 2 years old. police say this woman, 25-year- old chelsea booth confessed to smothering the little girl to death and then dumping her body in a dumpster behind the apartment complex in annapolis. if the body was indeed dumped detectives have identified a waste management facility in jessup and a rail car specifically where the trash was transferred. investigators began their search after a concerned neighbor called police. the girl has not been seen -- had not been seen in a couple of days. >> this happened maybe early this week. monday, tuesday possibly. mother at first had a plausible story about the child b
drew mixed reaction from both parties. >> delia goncalves is live on capitol hill with more on how everybody else was weighing in last night. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, mike, andrea. as expected democrats loved the speech. thought it was ambitious and right on target. republicans thought it was much more of the same old thing that they've been hearing for many years now. and it offered no specifics. many republicans said they were looking for more defined blue prints to avoid a sequester though the president was clear last night, advising democrats and republicans to work together to avoid the cuts march 1. >> there are some members on the republican side who are recognizing that these proposals that are coming forward are reasonable ones and they ought to get behind it. i hope that that can continue. i think the president's message tonight reinforces that. >> spending is not driving the deficit. he put on notice republicans that he wasn't going there unless they were going to do comprehensive tax reform. so they may get some spending cuts. he says he wants to
everywhere. they flew in there and did it anyway. delia goncalves is at one of the locations with more details. >> reporter: police say this was a brazen robbery in both case. fortunately no one was hurt. and that is the good news but it could have really gone terribly wrong. the first robbery happened here at pentagon city mall, very busy as we all know. the second, the very busy downtown frederick. now police in both jurisdictions are working together to try to solve these crimes and quickly. take a look at surveillance video of tuesday's robbery, 1:30 in the afternoon at colonial jewelers in downtown frederick. three men run into the store, force employees down to the floor at gunpoint. spray others with pepper spray and then smash into the jewelry case. over at zales in pentagon city monday, four men run two employees out of the shop, smash the glass case, and take off with $127,000 worth of rings. >> very bold behavior. a crowded mall, 11:00 a.m. broad daylight, very bold behavior. this is something we haven't seen in arlington for a while. >> reporter: very bold behavior. they ha
this morning. one of them has died. >> wusa9 reporter delia goncalves joins us live from the scene. this is right near the university of maryland campus. delia, what do we know? >> reporter: we have talked to the public information officer who is here on the scene, asked several questions. we are only getting the same short statement. they are actively investigating a death investigation. that's all we're being told by police. we can tell you we're about a block away from the scene here on 36th and mezrot scene. the -- mezrot road. the scene is a block down. we were able to get a camera to the scene shortly after 1:00 a.m. we can show you that video right now to give you a closer look at what we're talking about. this is all unconfirmed reports. we're hearing this all began as i said after 1:00 a.m. with a fire of some sort. fire crews arrived, knocked out that blaze and then when police got here, they discovered three shooting victims we're told. one victim in front of the house. another victim in the rear of the house. and of course a third victim as well. however, all that infor
happened while the stores were open for business. wusa9 reporter delia goncalves is live in arlington with more on the story. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, andrea, mike. a very busy today for these jewelry stores when these robbers walked in, like you said, broad daylight and shoppers were inside the stores in one particular indication. the first robbery we know happened here at pentagon city mall, very busy as we all know. the second in downtown frederick in the middle of the day. now police in both jurisdictions working together to solve these crimes. take a look at some surveillance video of the attack ha happened tuesday -- attack that happened tuesday. at 1:30 at colonial jewelers in downtown frederick. the men force the employees down, spray one with pepper spray, smash into the jewelry case and take off with rolex watches. at pentagon city four men ran inside a store, forcing two employees out of the shop. they smashed the glass case 20 times with a hammer and take off with 27 rings worth $128,000. >> very bold behavior. it's a crowded mall, 11:00 a.m. broad d
a goal line stand and they won the game 34-31. as wusa9 reporter delia goncalves tells us, that sparked celebrations in charm city. hi, delia. >> reporter: hi. welcome back, andrea. good morning, mike. fans had waited a dozen years for a super bowl win and many of them couldn't contain themselves spilling out to the streets for a party that laked all night long. -- that lasted all night long. even the jones falls expressway were shut down last night due to these massive crowds. baltimore city mayor stephanie rollins blake asked fans to celebrate safely and behave with responsibility and respect, but there were a few bad apples, including these folks trying to topple over a car. another group looting a 7- eleven. our bruce johnson braved the streets, talked to fans indoors just as the game wrapped up last night. >> oh, my god, i don't think i could feel any better than this. >> reporter: were you worried at the end there? >> i was. i really was. >> it came down to the wire, unbelievable. the best super bowl i've ever seen. >> a great way to send ray lewis out. i can't imagine a better wa
on purple rain special. wusa9 reporter delia goncalves has more on the huge welcome the team is going to be getting. good morning, delia. andrea, mike. ood morning, purple rain, purple passion, purple punch. i've heard it all i guess. i talked to -- any work is getting done in baltimore because of all the partying going o. a celebration a dozen years in the making. the plane carrying the super bowl champs touched down in the baltimore area yesterday. players were greeted like super stars as folks surrounded the vince lombardi trophy. the trophy the team admits to losing temporarily. look at all the fans outside waiting for those buses as they pulled into the lot. fans and players say this is a win for the whole city. >> oh, my god, aim so excited for them. >> i was like jumping all over the place, couldn't stop moving. >> what a message to give to people when you're going out on retirement. i'm really proud of ray for that. >> baltimore showed up. they definitely helped us out a lot. >> we talk over the super dome and new orleans. it was like little baltimore down there. >> we're shar
. >> now an apology from metro's general manager. delia goncalves is live at navy yard with more on what went wrong and how they're hoping to move forward from this. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning. it was a failure to communicate simply. that's what it boils down to. a problem that could have been fixed fairly quickly took two hours to address and sent lots of people out here flooding the streets outside of navy yard station. a lot of them actually walked home that night. passengers tweeted out pictures of wednesday night's event. it happened around 5:00 in the evening. two green line trains got stuck in opportunity hims between navy yard and anacostia stations. metro says the problem started with a fire in an insulator that keeps power in the third track from energizing the other two. an employee cut off the power to address the problem but that employee never told anyone else. >> it was hot and people were passing out. someone opened the emergency exit. we ran to the nearest emergency excite. >> that kind of communication, we would have recovered faster. we'll look at t
the pavement. our delia goncalves is live at the navy yard station with the story. kind of a chilly night for a walk home, delia. >> reporter: and folks walked several miles home. they said it was a better way to get home because the shuttle buses, well, there just weren't enough of them. so a lot of them just trekked in the cold several miles to their homes. and it took several hours. the problem started here at navy yard. two metro green line trains did not get to their destination. and it took them two hours to get there. it was a terrible commute for those passengers. and they took pictures and tweeted out those pictures and sent messages of those massive crowds after folks pried open the metro doors to escape through an emergency exit. they took to walking on the tracks after sitting in a hot, dark train stuck in a tunnel between navy yard and anacostia for hours. metro says the problem started with an electrical fire but proper protocol was not followed. >> it was hot and people was passing out. someone opened the emergency exit. we jumped out into the -- through the rails and ran t
. >> police are still looking for suspects in both cases. delia goncalves is live again this morning at the school in forestville with the latest. delia, this is becoming too familiar. >> reporter: it's very troubling. it's enough to make every parent angry. i had lots of discussions with a lot of our viewers on facebook yesterday after charles walker was murdered on monday. a lot of outrage from folks who could not believe that there is no value for life with our young people. some of them just shooting each other recklessly and here we are again. school officials released a statement saying they are horrified to learn that yet another one of their students was taken in just a 24-hour time period. they also go on to say that we cannot go another day without addressing these unspeakable acts and certainly everyone agrees this victim, the latest one, a freshman as well here at suitland high school but he was 18 years old. let's take a look at some video that was shot yesterday. this shooting happened around 5:30 in the evening in the 3700 block of donnell drive. police found two 18-ye
for that major winter storm. thousands of flights into and out of the region have already been canceled. delia goncalves is at the airport and she's going to have more on what's happening there coming up in a few minutes. >>> but howard, you are seeing a lot of cancellations especially coming in and out of the -- the area. >> i was reading new york had 2300 plus flight cancellations. >> blizzard warnings up there now. >> when you factor in boston and hartford and providence and albany. it is going to be a ton of problems in. and they're expecting -- there. and they're expecting 2, maybe 3 feet of snow. blizzard warnings throughout. for us we have a little president of snow west. it's the same system but the cold isn't here and the storm not quite mature yet. but sit on its way. -- it is on its way. we're going to have rain this morning a cold rain. but after the noon hour, just some showers and maybe even a peek or two of sunshine as winds turn northwesterly and the low passes the region. but west of town winter weather advisories we're seeing the snow upper montgomery, frederick, loudoun espe
reporter delia goncalves is on capitol hill with more reaction to last night's speech. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, andrea, mike. like one republican congressman told us, last night was a night of speeches. today members of congress roll up their sleeves and get to work but still many are at odds on how to get that work done. last night during the president's state of the union address of his second term, he focused on the economy, raising the minimum wage to $9, gun control, comprehensive health care and a tax reform plan, but it was of course a looming march for sequestration deadline that had many talking. >> i saw no reaching across the aisle to deal with the issues that are at hand. i didn't see a plan to deal with the sequester. i didn't see a plan to increase private sector jobs. i heard a lot of new plans that are going to cost a lot of money with no plans on how to pay for them. >> i think the president was open about let's work together, take each other's ideas. many of these proposals are bipartisan proposals. so let's work together as our forefathers wanted u
's going to be palatable outside. delia goncalves is live in the satellite center with more on the big excitement. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, mark, andrea. expect lots of folks in downtown baltimore. thousands of people in fact expected to line the streets of the city to welcome home their super bowl champs. the parade starts a little later this morning. of course we will have coverage for you but the homecoming started last night when the team arrived back at baltimore. let's take a look at some video. their plane touched down at bwi yesterday. fans also waited at ravens camp a little later that night for the line of coach buses to pull into the lot. coach harbaugh says that's when the win felt real, when they shared the excitement with their fans. >> we have to have something to wear to the parade tomorrow. >> i looked everywhere for this shirt and i finally found it. >> gave us the pride back. >> i love having everybody over at my place for the parties. i love seeing the hope and pride in everybody. everybody wearing the purple. the team backs the fans, too, and
of a classmate. >> the latest victim went to suitland high school. delia goncalves is live in forestville at the school with more on where the investigation is at this point. they still have a lot of questions. >> reporter: absolutely. lots of questions. good morning. it will be a very difficult day for students here at suitland high school and even staff members as well. over the weekend, over the holiday, a student was killed. so they all returned to class knowing that one of their classmates is now gone. let's take a look at some video of the scene that was shot yesterday. police are telling us a 15-year- old male student was killed around 4:20 monday afternoon. police were called to the 4,000 block of 28th avenue in hillcrest heights to check on the welfare of someone. when detectives arrived, they found the boy on the ground suffering from upper body trauma. we're told he was pronounced dead later at the hospital. >> the investigators do have some leads they're working, nothing that they want to share with the media just yet but they do have some leads. >> reporter: police are follow
far the judge is keeping those hearings secret. wusa9 reporter delia goncalves is live outside d.c. superior court with the story and why he's keeping it secret. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, andrea, mike. despite freedom of the press, suits by several media outlets occurring our parent company, the judge has decided to keep details of the proceedings sealed at this point. we do know for sure that convicted killer ingmar guandique will be in the d.c. courtroom later today transferred from his prison cell in alabama. sources are telling 9news that his defense team may ask for a new trial in the 2001 murder of washington intern chandra levy because one witness's testimony is now in question and that is essentially why this issue and this case is back in the forefront after so many years. the question is, which government witness are we talking about? so certainly lots of questions surrounding the resurgence of this case. we'll have the possibilities and what lawyers are talking about, about this case now being in the forefront after so many years. back to you. >>
the nation as having the worst congested roads. delia goncalves has details. >> reporter: for anyone who drives in the d.c. area, the study comes as no surprise. and for this story i figured i'd get behind the wheel so we can all share the pain together. according to the study, we burn about 67 hours and 32 gallons of gas each year on average. and what's new about this study, even though there have been plenty of these studies in the past, what's new this year, researchers are for the first time taking a look at the planning time index. that essentially means in our bad traffic, specifically here in d.c., we should give ourselves two hours to get to where we need to go for a trip that normally takes about 20 minutes. >> people have to know the traffic patterns, such as i think connecticut avenue let's the traffic come in and go out in a timely fashion. whereas wisconsin avenue is very slow. >> i used to traffic i-66. that was rough. even going against the traffic it was still traffic but i did feel bad for the others. >> reporter: the study says we burn 67 hours on average a year sitting
in the 8700 block of 36th avenue after metzerott road in college park, maryland. delia goncalves has been covering this story all morning. she's live at the scene with the latest information. delia? >> reporter: jc, police are not yet identifying these three victims, but we can tell you that the third student, he's in the hospital right now expected to be okay. this is what we know happened. it was -- started insides the house with some kind of confrontation. it spilled out to the front yard here and then it ended in gunfire. >> it's very scary. it's very, very unsafe, very scary. >> reporter: maurice drove from germantown after hearing the devastating news. >> it shocked me. it's supposed to be a quiet neighborhood for students for studying. >> reporter: thankfully her son, a college student who rent as room in the house next door is safe but his neighbors involved in a murder-suicide that police say started around 1:00 a.m. when the gun march set a fire -- gunman set a fire in the basement. the three young men fledz the house. the gunman started shooting. he killed one roommate and shot
dropped him off at school in the morning never to see him again. delia goncalves picks up the story from there in forestville. >> reporter: it is yet another sad day here at suitlands high school. school leaders releasing a statement saying they're horrified to learn that tragedy has struck yet another student in a 24-hour time span. they go on to say that we cannot go another day without addressing this unspeakable violence against our students. >> it still makes you want to cry. >> reporter: 15-year-old freshman chuck walker killed for a pair of shoes. 24 hours later aaron kidd gunned down, motive unknown. the victim's mother tells me off camera her son was visiting friends in the 3700 block of donnell drive in forestville when he and his 18-year-old acquaintance were gunned down. police are still looking for a suspect but she believes a man riding a bike and wearing a ski mask committed the crime. >> everyone wants to be a gangster. you need to be focused on your school work. you need to get out that bondage in your mind. >> i'm just as angry as they are. >> reporter: all of rushern b
for commuters. deal zeal has more from the gallery place metro -- delia goncalves lass more from the gallery place metro station. >> oh, my god. oh, jesus. that's scary. >> reporter: passengers react to the scary news. a man jumped in front of a moving train around 8:00 a.m. that train still on the tracks. the body unfortunately still underneath. >> i think it's awful. >> reporter: the recovery operation several hours long forced metro to single track trains creating backups here at la front -- l'enfant plaza and check out this picture of a crowded platform at pentagon. >> if there's ever a situation where a recovery cannot be done safely and power needs to be brought down. in those situations we do close the station. >> reporter: while the scene was troubling to passengers, emergency crews say safety is paramount. they must make sure that all power is shut down before moving in. >> we don't send any members down into the track bed until we've confirmed from metro that power has been shut off. >> reporter: metro reviewed the videotape and the driver did indeed apply the brake but it is too l
-suicide. they say it voofl-of--- they say it involves students. delia goncalves is live with more. >> reporter: some major developments in the last half- hour we can share with you. university of maryland students first learned about this shooting via text alert shortly after 1:00 a.m. now they will learn that this shooting off campus involved three of their fellow students. police are now confirming to us this murder-suicide voffed three university of maryland students, two -- involved three university of maryland students, two of them are now dead. we'll take a look at this video of the scene as it first unraveled in the 8700 block of 36th avenue at the end of a dead end road here in college park. here's what we know happened. the suspect, a student, started a fire in the basement of that home. when his roommates fled the house because of the flames, that's when that student began shooting. let's take a listen to julie parker with prince george's county. >> the preliminary investigation reveals that the suspect who livers in the home set -- lives in the home set a fire in the basement of two of hi
? ingmar guandique is due back in court today. a lot of people are asking. delia goncalves is live from d.c. superior court with what we know so far. good morning. >> reporter: what we know so far. not a whole lot of information but we can pass along some info for you. we know that the judge held two closed hearings recently and because the media press, we're finally able to pass along some information. the judge recently said that he was keeping all of these proceedings secret for, quote, safety reasons. let's take a look at some file video of ingmar guandique. we know that there are now questions surrounding one of the government witnesses who testified against ingmar guandique. the government relied solely on its witnesses to convict the illegal immigrant because there was no physical evidence linking him to the murder of chandra levy. and now because the witness testimony is a concern, you can expect the defense will likely ask for a retrial. so bringing this case back to the forefront. again the murder occurred in 2001. ingmar guandique convicted in 2010. here we are in 2013 back her
today. >> flowers and valentine's day of course go hand in hand. >> delia goncalves is live from potomac wholesaler in silver spring, midmerchandise. they've been diligently at work since 4:00 a.m. >> reporter: good morning. very some beautiful floweriness my hand. speaking of, i should probably have worn this gloves because it is a brisk 38 degrees in this refrinl rated room. of course to preserve all these -- refrigerated room. of course to preserve all these beautiful flowers. we have tulips, calla lilies. this is a wonderful flaming parrot tulip. here to talk to us about valentine's day here at potomac floral warehouse and the rush is the owner, jacob, with another popular variety. >> a classic. red roses. but this is one of the most popular. it's forever young. they have real nice petal count, opens up beautifully. >> a nice deep red color. >> reporter: let's talk about the warehouse here. lots of agentivity. i know folks, i'm not the only one who wakes up early. these folks wake up really early too. >> we're definitely burning the midnight oil the last few days. generally we start
as the people with wusa9 reporter delia goncalves. she's at potomac floral wholesale where the valentine's work day starts really early and is probably going to go really late today. good morning, delia. >> reporter: absolutely. good morning, andrea and mike. mike, you're not the only one procrastinating. there are a couple of shop owners who are here today filling in last-minute orders. so shop owners themselves are procrastinators. we're here with jacob, the owner of this fabulous warehouse celebrating 15 years. so there's a huge flower show in march. you're celebrating that huge anniversary. >> right. every third sunday we do a flower show. we bring in designers. we do a design competition. we cater the place. we have a band here. this year it's going to be extra special because it is our 15th-year anniversary. st. patrick's day. so we're going to have an irish band, green beer and it's going to be fun. >> you're big on holidays. >> reporter: so today valentine's day, let's take a look at what we have going on here. obviously a lot of commotion i guess, a lot of busyness and a lot of activit
of being christian, being loved by god who gave his son for us." peter gallagheron delia gallagher is with us this morning from the vat sanicanvatican. >> reporter: good morning to you, charlie. >> give us the mood now as it shifts to his retirement and the college of cardinals? >> reporter: well what struck me this morning, charlie, is just what a radical choice this pope has made. he said that when you become pope you lose all sense of privacy in your life, and now that he's renouncing the papacy he's not going back to a private life as we understand it made up of dinners or conferences. he really is going to continue a life as he claimed of seclusion and prayer hidden from the world. >> and delia, can we expect to see the pope one last time tomorrow when he leaves the vatican for the summer residence? >> reporter: absolutely. there should be footage of him going off in the helicopter to castel gandolfo, his summer residence and probably the last time we see the pope in public for the foreseeable future because of course the concern will be he steps aside so
is vacant. we have deallia gallagher with us as well. this is going to be a very short trip, delia. they're just driving out to the vatican helipad which is 300 yards from st. peter's basilica. what are you thinking? you knew cardinal rat ratzinger? what do you think he will be like in retirement? >> i think it's a good-bye which is very understated in keeping with the character of the man. certainly he didn't want too much fanfare for his radical a decision as he has made. it strikes me that probably in a few days a few weeks' time certainly as we have a new pope it will seem normal to have a pope emeritus. that is my understanding of the man, that he does intend to live hidden from the world and that he does intend to give plenty of space and plenty of freedom to the new pope. >> delia, thank you very much. norah o'donnell is here with us in new york. norah, who is in the car with the pope as he travels out to the helipad? >> inside the car with pope benedict is monseigneur george ganswane who is his most trusted secretary and personal aid. here's something interesting.
took it to the extreme. police officers were called in to try to quell the situation. delia goncalves is live with more on that. some of the video i saw, some of the police were on horseback. >> reporter: absolutely. a lot of them were tracked via gps by the department and sent out to these incidents to kind of calm the crowd, as you had mentioned. a few bad apples but pretty good. so police say despite the rowdy crowds, there were no major public safety incidents and no one was hurt. so all in all, a pretty good night last night. let's take a look at some video. look at those massive crowds. police prepared for those crowds. several streets and the jones falls expressway were shut down because of that congestion baltimore city mayor stephanie rollins blake warned partiers to keep it peaceful because extra police were on patrol but as you said some folks got out of hand rocking a car and a group looted a 7-eleven. these folks were caught on camera and police were sent in to clear the crowds. we spoke to some fans indoors just as the game wrapped up. >> . oh, my god, i don't feel i co
speaker john boehner the talk about the federal budgets. delia goncalves is live on capitol hill with more. good morning delia.  >> reporter: good morning andrea, mike, you can say the offer was extended by the president but republican leaders are not budging. sources tell us they are both resistant to the president's plan. president proposed replacing the sequester cuts with savings found in the tax code. but the leaders consider the quote compromise a public relations tactic. but with one week to go, a deal must be struck to avoid the $85 billion in cuts across the board that would take effect this year. dod officials now warn that would cripple military training and readiness. and about 700,000 of the dod's civilian employees face furloughs. >> we feel we don't have any choice but to impose furloughs even though we much prefer not to do it. frankly this is one of the least -- or the most distasteful tasks i have faced in my four years on the job. >> if furloughs are enacted civilians will experience a 20% decrease in their pay between late april and september. >> reporter: so what's t
the pontiff calls his choice to resign quote delia goncalves continues our coverage. >> reporter: good afternoon j.c. the mass here at 12:10 starts at the basilica expects to be full of parishioners here to pray for the pope, are pray for his next chapter and the next chapter of the catholic church. monday mass at the basilica and the pope's resignation on the minds of many. it makes him more relatable to the people, not just this political figure and religious figure. >> with sadness, pope benedict has been such an inspirational leader for the church. >> he was himself a university professor and his writings are really pro found. >> reporter: john garvey, president of catholic university of america says the pope's visit five years ago left a lasting impression on campus. garvey admits the noun 895-year-old pontiff looks frail even back then, yet remained a giant figure. >> in some ways he is the spiritual leered of the world. >> whoever the next pope is going to be is going to need a lot of prayer and good smarts and an ability to reach out to people who are far and way in the church.
reporter delia gallagher, senior editor for "inside the vatican" magazine, how the vatican will cope with two popes. >> well, a lot of this will be unchartered territory and will depend, i think, on common sense of the pope emeritus, benedict who has said he would like to live hidden from the world a life of prayer, a life of silence and one has to take him at his word that that is indeed, what he intends to do he especially is a man who understands that he has to allow the freedom of the new pope to take the church in the direction that he sees fit without setting up any kind of anti-papacy. i mean, these cardinals have been appointed by pope benedict xvi and john paul ii so i don't think we'll see a situation of conflict. >> pelley: why can't the vatican seem to settle on a date for the conclave to begin to select the new pope? >> well, part of it is logistical. we have to wait until the pope actually leaves, which will happen on thursday. and then on friday we begin the period of the sette vacantis the vacant seat. and this is all regulated within the vatican rules and they will n
reporter delia goncalves has more. >> reporter: good morning andrea and mike. the murder happened here in this quiet neighborhood. you can see the on house is still blocked off with police tape, still are considered a crime scene. i can tell you two officers have parked their cruiser on the street outside the house, no doubt to relieve the fears of many neighbors. 72-year-old geraldine joyce mcintyre was found inside her home, the 1200 block of chapel oaks, with trauma to her upper body. mcintyre lived with her disabled daughter, who neighbors say has been hospitalized for several weeks now, following a stroke. police received a call to checkup on the elderly woman. >> she was a very nice woman. i used to cut her grass, take her to the store, to get her medicine. when i heard this it really blew me. i know me, i'm going to be crying. yes. she was just that close. >> reporter: a tough loss for a lot of folks in this neighborhood. mrs. mcintyre lived here for about 15 years, we are told. odds and ends taking had her on various errands through the community. coming p up at 6:00, we'll hav
of a tripping shooting on 36th avenue. it's just near the university of maryland. delia goncalves is live there now. she's on the scene of the investigation. delia, what do we know so far? >> reporter: we just pulled up here at 36th and mezrot road. police at this point only telling us this is a, quote, death investigation. you can see there is a police cruiser here parked in front of a home here in the 8700 block of 36th avenue. this is what we can tell you, unconfirmed at this point but we're hearing this began with a fire scene around shortly after 1:00 a.m. one victim was found in front of a house. a second in the back of the house. we're talking a third victim possibly in this situation all unconfirmed at this point. police are just telling us this is a death investigation. we are going to stay here on the scene and have much more for you. we know a public information
for all of us procrastinators. delia goncalves is live at potomac wholesale where they help get the stores ready. >> reporter: good morning. it is a beautiful day. i'm surrounded by these beautiful sweet flowers. it smells wonderful. i'm right next to these cal lilies which are my favorite because these were at my wedding. i love them. we're going to talk to the owner of potomac floral wholesalers. you have hundreds of thousands of flowers. we're amongst many of them. tell me about the value time's day rush that you had. >> well, it's been a very good valentine's day. we had no concern about the weather. everything went well with that. today we're up here early trying to get the last of the beautiful flowers to the beautiful women of the washington, d.c. area. >> reporter: and beyond. i'm told you deliver out as far as richmond and pennsylvania. >> and charlottesville. that's a very romantic place to go on valentine's day too. let's not forget charlottesville. >> reporter: you mentioned we're starting early today but i know you've been here earlier. some members here, some co- workers told
the toilets stop working and food runs out. man are they happy to see land, delia. >> reporter: one young girl kissed the ground when she arrived. what struck me is that despite the horrendous experience, they all went through, folks were in a good mootd and -- in good moods and happy to be home. the cruise ship pulled into dock last night after leaving texas a week ago but more than 4200 people on board cheered as they finally saw an end to their nightmare. buses were brought in and then drove thousands of those passengers to nearby hotels. many of them described deplorable conditions which left the floors covered in urine and feces, never mind the horrendous stench that they lived with for five days following the fire on board. all in all their spirits were high. >> we've been able to shower but it's been cold. very cold and in the dark. >> what did you say you were going to do? >> go eat and take a hot shower. >> we tried to keep each other's spirits high by being goofy and having fun while aboard a porta-potty basically. >> reporter: as-- >> as soon as we saw land, people started screaming
no alcanzan. es el caso de doÑa delia. >>> ahora tengo que pensar que tengo que el dinero poner el gas. >>> tres factores se combinan. el costo del barril cuesta mÁs, el cierre de algunas refinerÍas y una transiciÓn de produccion de invierno a verano. >>> siempre surge esta nueva mezcla en la primavera, este aÑo han empezado con la conversiÓnn de la gasolina del invierno, un poco antes de tiempo. muchas refinerÍas que cierran. la agencia triple a reportÓ que incrementÓ de 3.67 a 4. hay que tomar medidas porque el panorama no se alentador. >>> de acuerdo a varios reportes que hemos oÍdo los precios van a seguir subiendo. >>> la recomendaciÓn son: viajar en transporte pÚblico, buscar los precios bajos de gasolina. >>> ademÁs. >>> apretarnos el cinturÓn. no hay otra alternativa en primera instancia. >>> otro factor es que la economÍa ha tenido un repunte positivo y ocasiona que salgan con mÁs frecuencia, si en ciudad hay precios accesible visite nuestra pÁgina univisiÓn 14. >>> aunque la fecha limite para presentar declaraciÓn de impuestos es el 15 de abril, expertos rec
catolicos latinos con el papa juan pablo ii. s.o.t. delia muralles/católica 10:01:07 me gustaría que si queda un papa que sea como juan pablo ii, que camine por todo el mundo dando su palabra. que tenga la fortaleza para lograrlo como lo hizo juan pablo ii. s.o.t. carlos sauceda/católica 13:09:28 te identificas más con juan pablo? sí, claro. por qué ? no sé, era mas allegado a la gente. ---al presentar su renuncia oficial, el papa llevara consigo un pedacito de mexico... take vo ---a partir del jueves benedicto 16 tendra el titulo oficial de "papa emerito" o de "pontifice romano emerito... ---tambien, se informo que durante la ceremonia de abdicacion, el papa vestira un par de zapatos de color marron rojizo hechos a mano, y que le regalaron unos artesanos durante su visita a leon, guanajuato, mexico cesar ---la gran pregunta ahora, es ....quien sera el nuevo papa? blanca ---sera esto una lucha de poderes al interior de la santa sede? ---pilar niÑo nos tiene las respuestas en su reportaje. 0:01 0:12 1:23 2:03 take pkg mientras el mundo catolico continua la rutina de su fe, la jera
in a crosswalk. a vehicle hit him and kept going. delia goncalves talked with his mother. >> reporter: it is a pain no mother ever wants to experience, burying a child. >> not human to hit somebody and keep going. that was my baby boy. >> reporter: the babe faced 20-year-old was killed saturday night around 10:30. police say somehow darnell ross fell into the crosswalk in the 100 block of mstreet northeast. a driver struck him and took off. >> i'm mostly angry because they didn't stop. i wouldn't hit a
beyond his wildest dreams. delia goncalves has a look at the budding career of chris stiles bacon. >> reporter: this d.c. native shows off his roots fusing west african beats with go go. >> d.c. is always going to be in me. >> reporter: we caught up with chris stiles bacon at washington international school. this is where he wowed students with his beat boxing and guitar strumming skills. and even though he put his own hip-hop twist on an old nursery rhyme -- >> humpty-dumpty. >> reporter: chris stiles is much more than a children's performer. >> i'm trying to bring people together to knock down the barriers of like stereotypes and like economics and everything. my target audience is everyone from like seniors to like the young kids and my mission is always cultural acceptance and unification through music. >> reporter: it's a mission molded by his mom, fine tuned by his high school experience. >> duke ellington was a place where i really came to terms and said to myself as an -- and accepted myself as an artist. >> reporter: now at age 26 chris stiles career is taken off nom
viendo mucha violencia como lo que son hermano rodolfo y su esposa alma delia se metieron a golpear, estaban azotando en el piso y mi hermano me pateaba con la otra señora que se llama marie, te vas a quemar, me decía y mi niño se cometan a defendernos, entonces mi hermano tenía un desarmador, arrinconó a la pared. y dice que no te muevas. me duele porque mi hermano no era así, yo creo que mi hermano cambio por su esposa y la mamá de su esposa. me da miedo porque como nos golpea, les vaya a pasar la mano, yo sé que usted me va a ayudar, a mi madre, mi juegue mi, yo se los suplico señora rocío por favor. ♪ ♪ >> a ver, yolanda, por el principio. tu padre muere hace cuatro años, muere intestado, ¿porque muere intestado? >> mi hermano rodolfo ha sido agresivo, pero no... >> tu padre presenciaba todos los golpes... >> el torero nos golpeaba así como ahorita que nos golpea, no nada más nos agregue verbalmente y nada más. >> ¿se mete con tu papá también? >> si, llegó a volver a mi papá una vez, varias veces, pero no se atrevía. >> ¿se casó hace cuánto tiempo? >>
this, about what this will mean going forward. let's get another perspective on it. delia gallagher is the contributing editor of "inside t the vatican" magazine in rome. she joins us by phone. can you hear us? >> yes. hello. >> quite a day you're living there. what was the first flush of response to this news? how was it taken? >> i think everybody's first response was it can't be true. we had to verify it. of course, the verification came rather quickly, and then the obvious question is why? i think that maybe the why is just very simple, and that is that probably two considerations for the pope, one, what he said, his own physical strength, the day to day life of a pope is very taxing. he has readings and speeches to give and travels to make. for any 85-year-old man, that's quite a task. on the other hand, i think the priority question for him would have been what's the best thing for the church? as he said in his statement, he understood perfectly that being pope also required prayer and suffering, and, of course, he had seen firsthand the sort of frailty, the years of frailty o
them would be available soon. coming up just after 5:00, delia goncalves will examine the chandra levy case and tell us about a possible flaw in the conviction. >>> police have a man in custody in tuesday's smash and grab jewelry store heist in frederick, maryland. an officer happened to be downtown at the time and he chased suspects until they hopped into a truck with virginia tags on it and took off. police found alonso meadows driving the same truck yesterday morning. >>> we'll have to wait till may before hearing whether the boy scouts of america will lift its ban on gay scouts and leaders. the national executive board decided to reschedule the vote until its national meeting this summer. they say that will give leaders more time to deliberate because of the complexity of this controversial issue. >>> lance armstrong now has until february 20 to decide if he wants to cooperate with the u.s. antidoping agency. he's being asked to testify against fellow cyclists in what's being called the most sophisticated doping scheme ever seen in sports. if he refused to cooperate, his lifetime b
-hour. back to you. >> delia goncalves reporting live on our breaking news story out of college park, maryland. as soon as we get more information, we'll have it for you. >>> in other news this morning, president obama delivers the state of the union tonight. the president is expected to mention gun control, immigration reform, and climate change. >> the biggest emphasis of his speech is going to be about the economy. he's likely to focus on job creation, wage growth, and hoe ability in the middle class or lack of it. susan mcginnis has more. >> reporter: president obama comes here to capitol hill tonight to fulfill his constitutional duty to n.f.l. congress about the state of the union. -- duty to inform congress about the state of the union. >> you'll hear an outline for his plan to create jobs and grow the middle class. >> reporter: the president's speech will sound more like the speeches he gave during his reelection bid. you'll expect to hear a lot about the economic. but critics say once reelected he pivoted and has spent most of his second term working on social issue ises such as gun c
.... jovani hernandez/padre de familia "no se que decirle porque primero dios que nunca pase eso." delia lopez/madre de familia " no hay como su propia madre para cuidar a sus hijos. no se puede porque ellos no pueden cuidarlo como un adulto." hoy se dio a conocer que la causa de la muerte fue asfixia, pero la investigacion policial no esta completa, tampoco la autopsia... el hecho que el departamento estaba infectado con chinches complica la investigacion... john mccarthy fiscal general del estado de maryland " el medico forense nos indico que la bebe tenia heridas, picaduras de chinches que ocurrieron despues de su muerte..." la abogada de jonattan indico que este nunca tuvo problemas de conducta en la escuela... su unico problema era que su mama trabajaba... tambien hoy se dio a conocer que en la casa, bajo el cuidado de jonathan estaba otra hermanita, una de 3 anos... se encuentra a salvo. jonathan no tiene la opcion de libertad bajo fianza... se espera otra aparicion aqui en la corte el 22 de febrero, posiblemente ese dia, se podra saber si sera culpado como adulto o no. .. reportando en
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